A federal judge’s proposal for negotiations aimed at a global tobacco settlement has been rejected by the major U.S. cigarette manufacturers.
In letters to Brooklyn, N.Y., judge Jack B. Weinstein, and in a closed-door meeting in his chambers on April 28, industry lawyers declined, courteously but firmly, to negotiate.
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